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"Red Cross Juniors Tending "Patient"

"Red Cross Juniors Tending "Patient"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 03 August 1961 "Last Thursday, while the senior Red Cross personnel were loading case of clothing for refugees in Hong Kong, Sister A.M. Kerison (right) was busy giving the Central Circle of the Junior Red Cross instruction in bed techniques. Above are the girls caught in the act of changing the sheet while the "patient" remains in bed. This group, organized by Mrs. E.W. Mills, is the only out-of-school group in the city."

Creator
Date
August 3, 1961
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 August 1961 "Twenty-nine nurses from the Palmerston North Hospital were presented with their medals at the graduation ceremony in the tutorial hall last evening. They were (from the left): back row, Nurses J.E. Reynolds, M. Mackintosh, A.M. Coleman, E. Magee, J.E. Almond, J.H. Poppe, M.K. Pomeroy and C. Taylor; front row, J.G. Paterson, D.H. Paterson, D.H. Hislop, P. Davey, N.M. Young, A. McDonell, and J. Cooper.'

Creator
Date
August 29, 1961
Place
Ruahine Street, Palmerston North
 
"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 August 1961 "Twenty-nine nurses from the Palmerston North Hospital were presented with their medals at the graduation ceremony in the tutorial hall last evening. They were (from the left):" back row, Nurses J.L. Berg, B.K. Brown, I.A.R. Purvis, L.M. Hastie, G.K. Simpson, E.J. Chapman and E.L. Denham; front row, Nurses N.E. Stuart, G.M. Blair, G.A. Brand, V.C. Richard, D.M. Richards, E.M. Cox and B.R. Smith.

Creator
Date
August 29, 1961
Place
Ruahine Street, Palmerston North
 
"Hunting for the Elusive Ice" at Memorial Park Duck Pond

"Hunting for the Elusive Ice" at Memorial Park Duck Pond

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 June 1961 "The frost today had many people wondering how far away the snow and ice was. Small boys in Memorial Park this morning were taking advantage of the holiday to see if any ice existed in the small lake. They hunted and poked around with sticks, but found nothing."

 
"Imaginative Boat Builder"

"Imaginative Boat Builder"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 September 1960 "The Mayor (Mr. G.M. Rennie) holds aloft the winning entry in the "crazy boat" competition at the Manawatu Boat Club's boat show at the Showgrounds on Saturday. Other persons in the photograph are (from left): Mrs. Rennie, the commodore of the club (Mr. M.H. Morrison), Mr. H.C. Watt, and the vice-commodore (Mr. G. Jackson)."

Creator
Date
September 26, 1960
Place
The Showgrounds, Palmerston North
 
"Garners"

"Garners"

{Photograph of flooring contractors preparing and laying the flooring in the refurbished Garner's store]

Creator
Date
September 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"[A&P] Show Pig Carcasses"

"[A&P] Show Pig Carcasses"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 07 November 1960 "These meat inspectors, Messrs J. Lockwood, D. Hiscox and D. Bailey, are seen measuring the Show pig carcases at Longburn today. The pigs are judged on the hooks tomorrow."

 
"Voters and Their Electoral Thoughts"

"Voters and Their Electoral Thoughts"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 November 1960 "Some voters lining up today at the Intermediate Normal School polling booth to cast their votes. The camera captured this voter's expression as he was about to cast his preferences this morning."

Creator
Date
November 26, 1960
Place
Linton Street, Palmerston North
 
"United States Secretary for Agriculture at Massey"

"United States Secretary for Agriculture at Massey"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 November 1960 "The United States Secretary for Agriculture (Mr. Ezra T. Benson) paid a brief visit visit the Massey Agricultural College today. Here he is seen examining one of the instruments in the dairy factory of the Dairy Research Institute. In the photograph are Mr. D.A. Johnston, of the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs; Dr. R.H. Walker, one of the American party; Dr. H.R. Whitehead, the director of the Dairy Research Institute; and Mr. Benson."

Creator
Date
November 24, 1960
Place
Massey College, Palmerston North
 
"Decorating Consultant" Visits Garners Department Store

"Decorating Consultant" Visits Garners Department Store

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 17 October 1960 "Miss P. Harris, an interior decorator and colour consultant for an overseas firm, photographed at Garner's Department Store today.,"

Creator
Date
October 17, 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"Garners"

"Garners"

[Photograph of rolls of carpet on stands and displayed in the refurbished Garner's Store]

Creator
Date
September 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"Garners"

"Garners"

[Photograph of the manchester department in the refurbished Garner's store, with a single bed covered in a chenille bedspread, and 2 children's mannequins dressed in dressing gowns.]

Creator
Date
September 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"P.N. Pony Club Members Watch Progress of Club Mates" at A.&P. Show

"P.N. Pony Club Members Watch Progress of Club Mates" at A.&P. Show

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 November 1960 "Some members of the Palmerston North branch of the Manawatu Pony Club enjoy watching the progress of the horse events in the main ring at the Manawatu and West Coast A. and P. Association's 68th annual Show being held at the Showgrounds today and tomorrow. Those in the photograph are (from the left): J. Davey, E. Hanson, H. Denton, G. Hawkes, I. Denton, G. Quin and H. Wilson."

 
"Mrs. C.E. Hermansson" Staff at the New Woolworths

"Mrs. C.E. Hermansson" Staff at the New Woolworths

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on October 1960 "Staff at Woolworths : Mrs. C.E. Hermansson (seen arranging ladies cotton frocks)."

Creator
Date
October 19, 1960
Place
Broadway Avenue side of The Square, Palmerston North
 
"Her Telephone Hardly Stops"

"Her Telephone Hardly Stops"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 02 November 1960 "Mrs. T.H. Knowles, whose husband is the part-owner and trainer of the Melbourne Cup winner, Hi-Jinks, has had scarcely a moment in which to stop and think since the mare's brilliant success. It is all like a dream," says Mrs. Knowles, as she waits for her most exciting call - the one from her husband in Australia."

 
"Annual Reunion Mothers and Babies" - , Palmerston North Parents' Centre

"Annual Reunion Mothers and Babies" - , Palmerston North Parents' Centre

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 November 1960 "The Palmerston North Parents' Centre held its reunion of mothers and babies last Saturday. All the mothers attended the centre's classes for relaxation for childbirth. Above is a group of early arrivals at the reunion. They are (from left): Mrs. T. Welch ad baby Joanne; Mrs. P. Wells and baby David; Mrs. L.D. Morton and babies Diana and Christopher (seated in front); and Mrs. D.H. Kingsbeer and baby Bruce."

Creator
Date
November 28, 1960
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Mr. Brown Congratulates Mr. Skoglund" Successful Parliamentary Candidate

"Mr. Brown Congratulates Mr. Skoglund" Successful Parliamentary Candidate

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 November 1960 "The National Party candidate for Palmerston North (Mr. W.H. Brown, left) congratulating Mr. P.O. Skoglund (Labour) on his success on Saturday. Mr. Skoglund leads by 88 votes. Mr. R. Gunn (Social Credit) watches them"

Creator
Date
November 28, 1960
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Judging [A&P] Show Lamb Carcasses"

"Judging [A&P] Show Lamb Carcasses"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 07 November 1960 "Mr. S. Smith-Pilling, supervising grader to the New Zealand Meat Board, is seen judging the Show lamb carcases at the Longburn Freezing Works today. On the right of the photograph are some farmers watching the judging."

 
"Seven Bus Loads And Still They Come"

"Seven Bus Loads And Still They Come"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 3 March, 1959. "College Street School held their annual picnic at Colyton today. Eight buses were required to carry the children and their parents to the picnic grounds where they enjoyed swimming, baseball and other sports. This picture shows some of the children waiting their turn to board a bus."

 
"Better Than Any Road Roller" Rangitikei Railway Bridge Sealing

"Better Than Any Road Roller" Rangitikei Railway Bridge Sealing

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 20 June 1961 "Motor traffic today used the overhead bridge on Rangitikei Line. Sealing of the approaches to the bridge has still to be completed and many soft spots are being filled. Graders and rollers were working on the bridge, making it necessary for vehicular traffic to use extreme care."

 
"Death Defying Stunt Family"

"Death Defying Stunt Family"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 25th March, 1963. "Preparing the 36ft tunnel of flames for their act at the Showgrounds on Saturday. From the left are G. Mace, Mrs Mace and her husband, G. Mace, and brother, E. Mace. They are touring New Zealand with their motor-cycle acts. From New Zealand they go to Australia and then to South America."

 
"City Council Sunk By Army"

"City Council Sunk By Army"

This image was not published in The Manawatu Evening Standard, taken on 21 January, 1964. "During the jousting tournament for the "wooden spoon" at the Carnival of the Lake, between Army and the "Kouncil Knights" disaster overtook the City Council crew. Coming in to attack, they turned broadside on and were dealt a mortal blow by Army. A thunderflash, thrown into the water, exploded under the keel and blew a hole in the plates. looking like a submarine diving, the gondola sank in a dignified dive, leaving the crew floundering in the lake. Navy divers and the Army soon salvaged the stricken vessel." See Also: 2017N_2017-20_018341, 2017N_2017-20_018342, 2017N_2017-20_018343, 2017N_2017-20_018344

 
"What speed will we set"

"What speed will we set"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 27 February, 1959. "Tom Clark, the well-known Auckland racing driver, tries for room and comfort in the Ferrari he will drive tomorrow at the eighth Ohakea motor races. At Porter Motors last night Clark's mechanic, Mr H. Green, looks at the car he hopes also to have speeding at up to 160 miles and hour."

 
"Airmen of Tomorrow"

"Airmen of Tomorrow"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 18 January, 1964. "These five secondary school A.T.C. cadets were photographed at Ohakea with their instructors. They have been on the station for the past two weeks undergoing a basic flying course. In the background is an Auster trainer. From the left are: Kevin Attwood (Hamilton), Flight Lieutenant H. H. Skilling, Murray Abel (Wanganui), Squadron Leader C. J. Berryman (C.A.A.), Graham Thomson (Invercargill), John Lockett (Wanganui) and Roger Philp (Hamilton)." See also: 2017N_2017-20_018316

 
"Final Practice Before Band Championships"

"Final Practice Before Band Championships"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 08 March 1961 "Last evening the Palmerston North Garrison Band held its final practice before attending the championships at Auckland this coming weekend. The band received the best wishes of Mr. W.H. Brown, M.P., who is a keen supporter." Standing from left: Gary Brain; John Ward; Unknown; Unknown; Gordon Mercer; Unknown; John Hills; Atty Newth; Jim Carson (conductor). Seated back, from left: Denis Turnbull Jnr; Basil Register; Keith Register; Joy Newth. Seated front, from left (circular); S. Gaudin; Ronald Pritchard; Philip Turnbull; John Marsh; Tom McGorry; Trevor Register; Jack Register; Arthur Jackson; John Robson; Des Newth

Creator
Date
March 8, 1961
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Brief Return to Army Camp Life"

"Brief Return to Army Camp Life"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 18 September, 1959. "Major R. M. Martin, the commanding officer of a week-long refresher course for warrant officers at Linton Military Camp, chats with several of the civilian members of the course prior to the camp break-up at Linton this morning. Informally, he asked them how they have enjoyed their brief return to Army life." Other photos associated with this article were published on the same day.

 
"Bad Start for Saturday Morning" Truck Drops Load

"Bad Start for Saturday Morning" Truck Drops Load

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 12 September, 1959. "A fine Saturday morning and a job of work to do. But the job became complicated when the rope binding came undone and 24 bales of paper crashed to the roadway. The driver of the truck appeared unconcerned as he waited in the sunshine for assistance to replace the load."

 
"Local Body Election Results Coming In"

"Local Body Election Results Coming In"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 23 November, 1959. “The Palmerston North City Council offices on Saturday night were a hive of activity when the final figures from all the polling booths throughout the city came to hand. As a compiling centre for all results, six telephonists were on hand all the time in direct communication with the numerous booths. From left to right they are Messrs C. Waugh, W. Potbury, T. Kendrick, L. Hardie, R. Thessman and S. Cadogan.” Other photos associated with this article were published November, 1959.

 
"Defence Minister at Linton Camp"

"Defence Minister at Linton Camp"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 15 January, 1959. "The Minister of Defence (Mr Connolly) is here seen thanking High School n.c.o. cadets for curtailing their school holidays to undergo training at Linton Camp. He praised the boys for their sense of responsibility and leadership."Another photo associated with this article appears on the same day.

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